Item will ship after your final payment.
Please note - applicable tax and shipping will be added to the final payment when it is ready to process. Sideshow does not collect Duty / VAT directly and therefore those fees are not included in your order total.
Learn more about Layway, or Flexpay, with Sideshow »
What a specimen!
Sideshow presents the Frankie Reborn Statue, our first three-dimensional collectible collaboration with renowned pinup artist Olivia De Berardinis.
An electrifying combination of death and beauty, the fully sculpted Frankie Reborn Statue truly is the sum of her parts! Measuring 16.5” tall and 17.3” wide, this reanimated bride reclines luxuriously in the lap of the Body Snatcher, an original chair sculpture invented by artist Martin Meunier. Its mechanical, mad science design contrasts perfectly with the soft, curvaceous cadaver removing her pink bandages to reveal the brilliance of her creation.
Frankie herself is based on the portrait of model Tiah Eckhardt and features incredible sculptural and painting details to bring this bizarre beauty to life. She is wrapped in glittery pink bandages, held together by rose gold staples and stitches. Her light green skin also has a pearlescent sheen to it, making her eye-catching from every angle. As she unwraps herself, a leg tattoo of Maria, the mechanical woman from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, can be seen. Finally, Frankie has a few bolts tucked away in her heightened hair and a pair of pink platform pumps, making this monstress an irresistible sight from head to toe!
Complete the experiment when you pair this statue with the Frankie Reborn Fine Art Print by Olivia De Berardinis, sold separately by Sideshow Art Prints. This limited-edition horror artwork will help you stitch together the perfect pinup monster display!
She’s aliiiiive — and wants to join your collection! Snatch the Frankie Reborn Statue for your shelf today.
* Size and weight are approx. values
Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.
Copyright 2022 © Olivia De Berardinis